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Posted Tuesday, June 27, 2017

400 Centre Street SouthA key area of focus in advancing economic development in Whitby is generating value added jobs by working with entrepreneurs in the broader business community. These entrepreneurs can advance their business ideas and create products and services that are market ready. Whitby is fortunate to have an emerging and growing tech sector. The Town of Whitby is developing an innovation hub-accelerator where entrepreneurs can move to the next stage in the business development cycle, receive greater dep...

Posted Thursday, June 01, 2017

360insights.comThe new school video, "Transformation of RA Sennett Ep. 2," is available today! You've seen some of the "what" and the "how," but did you know "why" 360 has chosen to repurpose an old school into our new HQ? https://vimeo.com/219848652 360insights - The Transformation Of RA Sennett Ep. 2 from 360insights on Vimeo.

Posted Thursday, March 02, 2017

Fire Hall Site Redevelopment renderingsToday, during a visit from the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, Mayor Don Mitchell announced a major update on the Fire Hall site, 201 Brock Street South. The Whitby Fire Hall Redevelopment Group (Waverley Projects and the FRAM Development Group) has acquired the one acre site south of Colbourne Street East between Brock Street South and Green Street. The proposal is for a mixed-use development that will include twenty-three modern townhouse units, twelve of which are planned to have ground flo...

Posted Thursday, March 02, 2017

More than 60 community leaders and business owners alongside Mayor Don Mitchell, Council Members and staff, welcomed the Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, to town to discuss the revitalization of downtown Whitby. Mayor Mitchell greeted Her Honour upon arrival at the Whitby GO train station before they travelled through downtown Whitby to the Centennial Building. The visit began with a one-on-one meeting between Her Honour and Mayor Mitchell, followed by a roundta...

Posted Tuesday, February 28, 2017

UOITJoin us as University of Ontario Institute of Technology's (UOIT) Tim Claydon will present an overview of the capstone and internship programs and provide an opportunity to answer any questions you may have about these programs. UOIT's Capstone Program is an intensive four or eight month project which brings together teams of fourth year students for no-cost consulting. This program allows students the opportunity to apply their academic skills to accomplish your strategic goals and solve probl...